Reference Accuracy

With this report, you see the possible errors and recurring references in the reference section of your manuscript and by making necessary improvements you will be able to avoid delays in the publication process.

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79.09

/100

  • Total number of references

    22

  • Accurate

    17 77.27%

  • Inaccurate

    3 13.64%

  • To be improved

    2 9.09%

  • To be reviewed

    0 0%

Distribution of Reference Types

  • Please check the order numbers of the references.

References

Reference #1

Reference #2

Reference #3

[3] Torre LA, Islami F, Siegel RL, Ward EM, Jemal A, Global Cancer in Women: Burden and Trends. Cancer Epidemiol. Oncol. 2017;26.
  • The page number in this reference is missing or inaccurate.
  • The recommended page number is "444-457"
  • The journal title/abbreviation in this reference may be missing or inaccurate.
  • The recommended journal title/abbreviations are "Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention" , "Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev" , "Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers and Prevention"

Reference #4

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Reference #7

Reference #8

[8] Onitilo AA, Engel JM, Greenlee RT, Mukesh BN. Clin. Med. Res. 2009;7:4-13.
  • Reference Type: Journal Article
  • If available, please indicate the issue number of the journal in which the cited article is published.
  • If available, indicate the DOI name of the article you cited.

Reference #9

Reference #10

[10] Gospodarowicz MK, John Wiley & Sons. 2017.
  • Reference Type: Book
  • If the source you cited has more than one volume or edition, you are supposed to indicate the volume or edition number of the source in the reference. e.g.:
    [...] Title, edition number. [...]
  • Indicate the place of the publisher that published the book you cited. e.g.:
    [...] Title of Book. City of Publication, Publisher, Publication Date. [...]
  • Please make sure to include the title of the book you cited.

Reference #11

Reference #12

[12] World Health Organization. Obesity: preventing and managing the global epidemic. Report of a WHO Consultation presented at the World Health Organization, June 3-5, 1997, Geneva, Switzerland. 1997.
  • Reference Type: Scientific / Technical / Other Reports & Papers
  • Reminder: If the source you cited can be accessed on the internet, please indicate the weblink of the relevant source.

Reference #13

Reference #14

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Reference #16

Reference #17

[17] Jiralerspong S, Goodwin PJ, Obesity and Breast Cancer Prognosis: Evidence, Challenges, and Opportunities. J. Clin. Oncol. 2016;34:4203-16. DOI: 10.1200/JCO.2016.68.111
  • The DOI name given in this reference is incorrect or there is redundant space/punctuation between the DOI name characters.
  • Recommended DOI name is "10.1200/jco.2016.68.4480"

Reference #18

Reference #19

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Reference #21

Reference #22

Recurring References

References

  • #16, #19

The references which are shown below seems to be the same. Please use each reference only once in the references section.

Reference #16

[16] Krieger N, Chen JT, Ware JH, Kaddour A, Race/ethnicity and breast cancer estrogen receptor status: impact of class, missing data, and modeling assumptions. Cancer Causes Control CCC. 2008;19:1305-18.

Reference #19

[19] Krieger N, Chen JT, Ware JH, Kaddour A, Race/ethnicity and breast cancer estrogen receptor status: impact of class, missing data, and modeling assumptions. Cancer Causes Control CCC. 2008;19:1305-18.